Baton Rouge, LA (PRWEB) June 8, 2006
Last month, a new free prescription drug card became available to all Americans. The free prescription drug card is available by filling out a short online form at http://www.YourRxCard.com, and the card can be printed instantly. Besides the instant activation, the free prescription drug card has no deductibles, waiting periods, or pre-existing exclusions. The prescription drug card was released by YourRxCard.com in response to American’s rising prescription drug costs, and the downfalls of the new Medicare Part D plans.
It’s estimated that prescription drug spending will likely increase at a greater rate than patients’ earnings, at a rate of 8.2% each year until 2015, according to a report issued in February by the National Health Statistics Group at CMS (Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services). Medicare Part D was launched in January, and made available to current Medicare recipients in varying plans, but those plans have several downfalls. For example, not every American is eligible to take advantage of Medicare Part D, unlike with the new free prescription drug card at http://www.YourRxCard.com. Other problems with Medicare Part D include the fact that multiple plans are participating (therefore causing plans to be somewhat profit-based), a monthly premium is required to stay in the program, some of the plans require a $250 deductible, and there is a gap in coverage after a certain level where patients pay all costs on their own until the plan kicks in again.
YourRxCard.com aims to provide a solution to all Americans upset by the rising prescription drug costs; not just those eligible for Medicare. The free prescription drug card is instant, available to everyone, and has no deductibles or waiting periods. Because the card can be used with other prescription drug cards, it allows patients to maximize their savings.
YourRxCard.com is a free prescription drug card program being produced to help all Americans cut their prescription drug costs. Individuals can download and print their free prescription drug card from http://www.YourRxCard.com, and receive savings of up to 75% at more than 50,000 national, regional, and local pharmacies. There are no deductibles, no waiting periods, and no pre-existing exclusions with the use of the card.
For more information please visit http://www.YourRxCard.com, or contact Rex Bowden at 866-561-1926 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.